The main thing drilled into us the minute we walked through that door to the first lecture of first year was - WORK EXPERIENCE IS ESSENTIAL. It’s very true, though – we’re all going to be graduating with excellent degrees, sure. But it’s very clear we need to boost our CVs in order to get those
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I am not sure how many of you drive, have had driving lessons or passed your test. If you passed your test, congratulations. If you failed (like me), do not worry, there is always another chance. I started my driving lessons almost three years ago, when I was in year 13. I thought I would
OK, so this probably needs a bit of context… Basically, it’s currently lent, the 40 something days between pancake day and easter sunday. Most of you are probably aware, but it’s pretty common for people to “give something up” during this time, the idea being to use the time saved to do something more productive.
Last night, I went to visit my family back home. When I arrived, my mum was still awake (11:30pm). She was about to have her dinner. After hugging her and my sister, I checked all the fridges and cupboards for food. I started to think of what food I could carry back to Cardiff. My
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When I was studying for my A levels, I did not know what I would study at university. One day I would want to be a lawyer, the next, a teacher. Some days I wanted to be an accountant and on others a doctor. However, when the time came for me to decide what I
Sorry this is a bit of a short one today, I’m currently attempting to find somewhere else to finish my placement year at the moment, so I’m a little stressed! After my 3rd hour sat in exactly the same spot at the computer, I decided that I should probably give myself a break, and practice
Hello guys, I apologise as I realize this blog entry is a bit delayed because I have had a couple of things on my plate for the last couple of weeks. First of all, it was the progress test (see last month’s blog for a full breakdown of my anxiety levels) before the introductory week
I’ve just done something potentially very very stupid… So I have no idea how many of you are aware, but it’s gotten to that point in the year where people in first year have been thinking about the (mostly) inevitable move out of halls and into private accommodation, and with that comes no end of